The night we were there, the restaurant was very quiet, which is a shame because the atmosphere, service and food were all excellent. There was some good music playing throughout the meal too. We chose it because it was reasonable walking distance from our hotel and recommended by our Fodor Guide.
I had a gateau de legumes with goat's cheese, followed by the blanquette de veau and my husband had duck pate, magret de canard and profiteroles. He rated them all as good as any he had eaten in Paris. With a bottle of Cotes de Rhone, the bill came to $127.63 before the tip and we went away well satisfied with the choice of restaurant we had made.
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